Crypton (BETA) - Getting Started Guide

Crypton is a new unified Cryptocurrency tool by AYCD. It enables you to perform functions like generating wallets, sending crypto and NFTs, dispersing crypto across multiple wallets, viewing and managing transactions, NFTs, and more. Crypton currently supports Ethereum and Solana wallets.


Disclaimers

  • Never give your private key to anyone. We will never ask for your private key when working with you. Under no circumstance should you expose your private key to anyone else.
  • AYCD or any of our representatives do not endorse or recommend that any cryptocurrency or NFT should be bought, sold, or held by you. You should conduct your own due diligence before making any investment decisions.
  • AYCD or any of our representatives will never offer you deals or opportunities involving cryptocurrencies or NFTs.
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  • Crypton stores all data locally with secure encryption. It is highly recommended to also add a Password Lock to have another layer of encryption and security.
  • Ensure your computer is up to date and you are not installing unnecessary or suspicious programs. Please maintain an active and up to date antivirus on all devices you use our products on to provide a secure environment.

Wallets | Transactions | NFTs | Prices | RPCs | Settings | Additional Resources

Wallets

The wallets view allows you to add or generate Ethereum and Solana wallets, see detailed balances for wallets and tokens, send and disperse crypto across multiple wallets, and sync enabled features of your wallets used throughout Crypton.

Adding Wallets | Features | Syncing | Balances | Generating Wallets | Sending Crypto

Adding Wallets

Crypton supports adding wallets either by their Public Key, which allows view-only access to the wallet or by the Private Key, which allows you to send Crypto or NFTs and perform on-chain operations from that wallet. There are a few ways to add wallets.

Manually Creating | Importing Wallets | Exporting Wallets

Manually Creating

  1. In the Wallets view, click on File > Create, select your wallet type from the dropdown, and then click Next.
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  2. The Add Wallet dialog will open with a few options to configure:
    Category: The Category the wallet will be in after it gets added to Crypton.
    Name: This is the display name used in Crypton to help you identify the wallet.
    Public or Private Key: This is the key for the wallet. The Public Key gives you view-only access to the wallet, and the Private Key gives you full access to send Crypto, NFTs, and other on-chain operations.
    Notes: This allows you to create a note with information you want to save alongside this wallet.
    Features: These are the features you want to enable for the wallet. They include the ability to store transaction history, show NFTs, allow you to access the breakdown of tokens held by the wallet, and the ability to receive notifications for wallet events.
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  3. After you have configured the wallet, click Save, and Crypton will begin to sync the balance and data for enabled features. Clicking on the spinner will reveal a tooltip with what is currently being synced.
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Importing Wallets

If there are multiple wallets that you want to add to Crypton, rather than adding them manually one at a time, you can use the Crypton Wallet CSV Import Format to add and configure the features of each wallet quickly. We recommend downloading the CSV Format and editing the file locally rather than online with Google Drive. It is important to be extremely careful when handling Private Keys and where you store them in an unencrypted form. 

  1. Click on the link to start downloading the Import Format as a CSV.
  2. Once the download is complete, open the file and fill out the rows for your wallets.
  3. Back in Crypton in the Wallets view, click on File > Import > Find the CSV file, and this will import all of the wallets on your CSV into Crypton.
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Once you have successfully imported your wallets, we recommend permanently deleting the file if it contains any Private Keys so that you do not have them sitting in a plain text file.

Exporting Wallets

You can use the export feature if you want to export your wallets from Crypton. Please remember that exporting your wallets will create a plaintext unencrypted CSV file with your wallet's private keys. Be mindful of how you send exported files and where you store them.

  1. In the Wallets view, click on File > Export. Review the prompt and make a selection based on whether you want Private Keys exported or whether you want only Public keys exported. After that, select Proceed.Crypton-Wallets-Exporting-2.gif

Features

Whether you are adding or importing your wallets into Crypton, you can enable different features on each wallet that will extend the functionality of a wallet throughout Crypton. This includes the ability to search through your wallet's previous transactions, view and send held NFTs, and view your wallet's Token balance. These features can be enabled when adding or later when you edit the wallet.

  • Enable Transaction History: This allows Crypton to sync all of the transactions made by a wallet to the Transaction History tab based on the wallet type allowing you to search and explore the wallet's transactions. Enabling this will also ensure that pending transactions save within Crypton after completion. Without this feature enabled, Pending Transactions will be removed from Crypton when it is closed.
  • Enable NFTs: This allows NFTs held by this wallet to sync into Cryptons NFTs view. From that view, you can search, filter, and hide any NFT. If this wallet has private key level access, it will allow you to send and disperse NFTs to different wallets.
  • Enable Tokens: This allows all Token balances on a wallet to sync into Crypton. When enabled, it allows you to see the various Tokens held, their amounts, and their balance.
  • Enable Notifications: This allows Crypton to send Notifications for any events on the wallet detected while Crypton is open. In order for Notifications to send, you must also add an AYCD or Discord Webhook URL to Settings > Notifications. 

Syncing

Wallets in Crypton will automatically sync during startup or when a transaction is detected on the wallet, but these are the only times an automatic sync will occur for wallet features. If you are using Crypton and want to ensure you see the most accurate information, you can Sync your wallets in one of the following ways:

  • Individual Wallets: You can Sync individual wallets from the Wallets view by clicking the Sync icon in the Actions column. This will bring up the Sync Wallet dialog with the enabled features for you to select and Sync.
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  • Multiple Wallets: To Sync multiple wallets, select them and go to Options > Sync > Selected. This will bring up the Sync Wallet dialog with the enabled features for all selected wallets for you to select and Sync.
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Balances

When you add a Wallet to Crypton, it will sync the wallet balance and display it under the Balance column of the table. The balance will show in two amounts; the amount of ETH or SOL depending on your wallet type and the value in your Global Currency Type set in Settings > User Interface. 

Tokens

If you have the Tokens feature enabled for a wallet, you can view additional details on the wallet's holdings of ERC20 or SPL Tokens. To view a more detailed balance from the Wallets:

  1. Click on the wallet icon under the Actions column. This will Sync the Balance before showing the detailed balance of your wallet's holdings.

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Generating Wallets

If you do not yet have a wallet or need to create additional wallets for your use case, you can quickly generate up to 1,000 wallets at once from within Crypton. To do this:

  1. In the Wallets view, click on Wallet Tools > Generate Wallets. Select the Wallet Type of either Ethereum or Solana and click Next.
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  2. This will open the Generate Wallets dialog with a few options:
    Category: This will allow you to specify a category for the generated wallets to appear in.
    Name: This is the display name used in Crypton to help identify the wallet. It will sequence wallet names from 0 to the amount of wallets you are generating in a "-#" format.
    Amount: The amount of wallets you want to generate.
    Notes: This allows you to create a note with information you want to save alongside the generated wallets.
    Features: These are the features you want to enable for the wallet. They include the ability to sync transaction history, show NFTs, and allow you to access the breakdown of tokens held by the wallet. These can always be modified after generation.
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  3. After you have filled out the options for generating your wallets, click Generate.
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Sending Crypto

Crypton enables you to send funds between wallets, disperse funds to multiple wallets, manage transfers, and track the status of uncompleted transfers, all without having to leave Crypton. To send Crypto, you will need private key level access to the wallet you are sending from.

Send Crypto | Disperse Crypto

Send Crypto

Using Crypton, you can easily send funds between wallets of the same type and create multiple transfers from the same dialog. In order to initiate a transfer, the wallet you are sending from must be in Crypton and be a private key level wallet.

  1. From the Wallets view, there are two ways to initiate a transfer. You can find the wallet you are sending from and use the Send Crypto button in the Actions column, or you can use Wallet Tools > Send Crypto.
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  2. This will open up the Send Crypto dialog, where you can completely configure your transfers. Based on the Wallet Type, your dialog may look slightly different due to how Ethereum and Solana fees work.
    From: This is the wallet you are using to send funds from. You cannot specify a public key level wallet here.
    To: This is the wallet you will be sending funds to; this can be a wallet of any access level. If you are sending funds to another wallet in Crypton, you can select it from the dropdown. If you are sending to an external wallet, you can paste the wallet address into the field.
    Amount: This will be the amount you are sending. You can enter a value in either field, and it will convert it to show you the amount in the opposite field.
    Add Transfer: This will create another transfer card for you to create multiple transfers simultaneously.
    Max Priority Fee (ETH Only): This "tip" goes directly to the miners and incentives them to prioritize your transaction.
    Max Fee (ETH Only): This is the most you will pay for a transaction and is calculated from the Base Fee + Priority Fee. You can see the current transfer rates in the top right of Crypton.
    Low, Medium, and High (ETH Only): These buttons will adjust the fee fields with the suggested amounts depending on your desired transaction speed.
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  3. Once you have completed all of the fields in the dialog for your transfer, you can press Verify. This allows Crypton to verify the transfers and will highlight each transaction with a color indicating its status: Green for valid, Yellow to caution you and display any warnings about the transfer, or Red if it is invalid and why. Verify also enables the More Details button for Green and Yellow transfers, which shows additional details on the wallet balances and fees.
  4. Once all transfers have received a green status, the Submit button will be available. We recommend reviewing each of your transactions again before clicking Submit. After this, there will be one last confirmation dialog before submitting your transfers with the default transaction delay set in Settings > Network. You can view and track each transaction's status from the Pendings Transactions tab.
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Disperse Crypto

The Disperse Crypto feature allows you to create transfers to disperse funds from one wallet to multiple wallets equally. As with Send Crypto, the From wallet used to initiate the transfer must have Private Key level access and enough funds to cover the transactions you are trying to create.

  1. In order to start the process, in the Wallets view, click on Wallet Tools > Disperse Crypto. Select the Wallet Type and click Next.
  2. This will open the Disperse Crypto dialog, which allows you to configure multiple transfers to disperse funds sent from one wallet evenly across multiple receiving wallets.
    From Wallet: This is the wallet with the funds you will be dispersing.
    To Wallets: These are the wallets you want to receive the funds sent with. You can select specific wallets inside a category by expanding it or select all of the wallets within a category in one click by selecting the category itself.
    Send Amount: This is the amount before fees that will be withdrawn from the From Wallet to be dispersed across the To Wallets. Crypton will split this amount evenly between all of the To wallets you have selected and display that amount in the Receive Amount fields.
    Receive Amount: This is the amount that each To Wallet will receive. This amount gets multiplied by the number of To Wallets you have selected to get the total amount of funds that will be sent and to display in the Send Amount fields.
  3. Once you have made your selections, click Next. This will open the Send Crypto dialog with each of your transfers prefilled based on the selections you made. Here you can add or remove transfers and review them before clicking Verify. If you are dispersing Ethereum, you must set the fees before submitting your transfers.
  4. After submitting your transfers, there will be one last confirmation dialog before submitting your transfers with the default transaction delay set in Settings > Network. You can view and track each transaction's status from the Pendings Transactions tab.
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Transactions

The Transaction view allows you to track the status of transactions created in Crypton and, if enabled, browse your Solana and Ethereum transaction history under their respective tabs.

Pending Transactions | Transaction History

Pending Transactions

After you initiate a transaction in Crypton, either by sending crypto or an NFT, you will see it in the Pending Transactions tab as scheduled with the default transaction delay. Here you can monitor its status, cancel it, or in the event of an Ethereum transaction, speed it up by providing higher fee amounts.

Viewing Transaction Status | Canceling Transactions | Speed Up Transactions (ETH Only)

Viewing Transaction Status
After you initiate a transfer, you can monitor its status or review transactions completed while Crypton was open. The possible statuses for a transaction are:

  • Scheduled: This status shows with a countdown for the default transaction delay and indicates the transaction has not been submitted to the blockchain by Crypton yet.
  • Processing: This status indicates the transaction was submitted to the network by Crypton and is waiting for the required amount of network confirmations to be completed. 
  • Failed: This status indicates the transaction was unsuccessful. You can double-click on this status to show additional details on the failed transaction.
  • Completed: This indicates the transaction was successful and has received the required amount of network confirmations. 
  • Canceled: This status will show on a transaction when you cancel it from within Crypton.

Canceling Transactions

If you have started a transfer of Crypto or an NFT and no longer want to proceed with it, if it still has a Scheduled status, it has not been submitted to the network by Crypton yet and can be canceled immediately. To do that:

  1. From the Pending Transactions table, select the transactions you want to cancel. You can hold Ctrl and click on table items to multi-select them.
  2. Go to Options > Cancel > Selected or All if you want to cancel all Scheduled transactions.
  3. Confirm that you want to cancel the transactions by pressing Yes and this will cancel the scheduled transactions.
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In the case of Ethereum transactions, you may be able to cancel them after they are pending; however, there is no guarantee that a transaction that is already submitted will be successfully canceled. To cancel a Processing Ethereum transaction:

  1. Select the Ethereum transactions you want to cancel. You can hold Ctrl and click on table items to multi-select them. Go to Options > Cancel > Selected or All.
  2. A prompt notifying you it was already submitted to the Network and asking if you'd still like to cancel this will appear.
  3. If you proceed, it will display the Cancel Transactions dialog where you can specify a new Max Priority Fee and Max Fee to use to cancel the transactions. This must be higher than the amount used to submit the original transaction.
  4. Once you have set those amounts, click Verify and Submit.
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Speed Up Transactions (ETH Only)

After submitting an Ethereum transaction, you can increase its priority by using the Speed Up function. Speed Up allows you to override an existing transaction with a new one containing a higher priority and higher max fee, thus increasing its priority on the network. To speed up a transaction:

  1. Select the Ethereum transactions you want to speed up. You can hold Ctrl and click on table items to multi-select them. Go to Options > Speed Up > Selected or All.
  2. The Speed Up Transactions dialog will open, asking you to specify the new fee amounts for the transaction. These must be higher than the original transaction amounts.
  3. Once you have specified the amounts, click Verify, and then Speed Up. This will override the existing transactions with the new fee amounts.

Transaction History

The Transaction history is split between two tabs; Ethereum Transaction History and Solana Transaction History. These tables will display the complete transaction history for wallets with the feature enabled.

Enabling Transaction History | Viewing & Filters | Searching Transactions

Viewing & Filters

When you open the transaction history tab, it will show a table with all of your transactions. Here it will display information like the Transaction Hash, the wallets used in the transaction, the amount sent, fees, and the completion date. By default, this table shows only Normal Transactions. However, if you want to see your NFT/Token based transactions, you can use the Filter By option to flip between Normal and NFT/Token.

Searching Transactions

If you want to find a specific transaction or a collection of transactions in your wallet's history, you can use the Advanced Search function to search by the Transaction Hash, To and From Wallets, and for transactions between specific dates.

NFTs

The NFTs view allows you to see all of the NFTs and their properties for any wallet with the NFTs feature enabled. For wallets that you have private key level access to, you can perform on chain operations like sending and dispersing NFTs between wallets.

Enable NFTs | Viewing NFTs | Sending NFTs

Viewing NFTs

With the NFTs feature enabled on your wallet, you should see your NFTs in this view split into the same category as in your Wallets view. From here, we can do things like Previewing the NFT to see its properties or rarety data, hiding NFTs from the view, and searching for specific collections or wallets using the advanced search.

Previewing NFTs | Hiding NFTs | Searching NFTs

Previewing NFTs

If there is an NFT that you want to see additional details on, you can view it either by double-clicking on the NFT or right-clicking on it and clicking Show Details. A dialog with a bigger version of the NFT, the description, properties, additional links, and any available rarity information will appear.
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Hiding NFTs

If there is an NFT that you don't want to see or an NFT you don't want to be displayed for any reason, you can hide it. To hide the NFT:

  1. Select the NFTs you want to hide, right-click and press hide. 
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Once you have hidden an NFT, you can use the Filter by Hidden option to see your hidden NFTs and show them again by right-clicking > Show.

Searching NFTs

There are different options for searching and filtering your NFTs. You can use the Filter By option, which will allow you to sort them by token type or allow you to show any hidden NFTs. If you want to be more specific, you can search through your NFTs using the search field with the following parameters:

  • Public Wallet Address
  • Project Name
  • Project Description
  • Symbol
  • Token Address
  • Properties/Metadata
  • Image URL

Sending NFTs

With Crypton, you can send your NFTs between wallets, disperse NFTs across multiple wallets, and easily manage all of those transfers from one place. To send NFTs, you will need private key level access to the wallet the NFTs are on.

Send NFTs | Disperse NFTs

Send NFTs

To quickly see the NFTs eligible for sending, you can switch the Filter By to Owned. This will leave only wallets that you have Private Key level access to in view.

  1. From the NFTs view, you can use Ctrl + Click to select one or more NFTs to send. These can be sent all to one address, or you can send each selected NFT to a separate address. Click NFT Tools > Send NFTs > Selected.
  2. If you want to send all the selected NFTs to one address, you can enter that To Address to prefill that field in the next dialog and then click Next. If you want to send each NFT to a different wallet, click Next to skip this step.
  3. This will open the Send NFTs dialog. You can set or change the wallet you send each NFT to and preview the Gas Limit for each NFT. If you send Ethereum NFTs, you will also be able to set the Max Priority Fee and Max Fee to be applied to each transfer.
  4. Once you have completed all of the fields in the dialog, you can press Verify. This allows Crypton to verify the transfers of your NFTs and highlight each transaction with a color indicating its status: Green for valid, Yellow to caution you and display any warnings about the transfer, or Red if it is invalid and why. Verify also enables the More Details button for Green and Yellow transfers, which shows additional details on the wallet balances and fees.
  5. Once they all have a green status, the Submit button will be available. We recommend reviewing each of the NFT sends one more before clicking Submit. After this, there will be one last confirmation dialog before submitting your transfers with the default transaction delay set in Settings > Network. You can view and track each transaction's status from the Pendings Transactions tab.

Disperse NFTs

The Disperse NFTs feature gives you the unique ability to quickly create many transactions at once that will split your NFTs as evenly as it can across the number of wallets you select. This is useful if you require a certain token in a wallet to participate in a future mint. To quickly see the NFTs eligible for sending, you can switch the Filter By to Owned. This will leave only wallets that you have Private Key level access to in view.

  1. From the NFTs view, you can use Ctrl + Click to select more than one NFT that you want to be dispersed. Click NFT Tools > Disperse NFTs > Selected.
  2. This will open the Disperse NFTs dialog, where you can select the To Wallets that will receive your selected NFTs. You can select specific wallets inside a category by expanding it or select all of the wallets within a category by selecting the category itself. Towards the bottom of this dialog, you can see how many NFTs will be received by how many wallets. Once you are satisfied, click Next.
  3. If you have selected more Wallets than NFTs, a dialog will notify you of the number of wallets that will receive an NFT, and you can either continue or go back to modify the number of selected wallets.
  4. After you have proceeded, the Send NFTs dialog will appear with the To Wallets prefilled based on your selected wallets. If you want, you can change the wallet you send each NFT to and preview the Gas Limit for each NFT. If you send Ethereum NFTs, you will also be able to set the Max Priority Fee and Max Fee to be applied to each transfer.
  5. Once you have completed all of the fields in the dialog, you can press Verify. This allows Crypton to verify the transfers of your NFTs and highlight each transaction with a color indicating its status: Green for valid, Yellow to caution you and display any warnings about the transfer, or Red if it is invalid and why. Verify also enables the More Details button for Green and Yellow transfers, which shows additional details on the wallet balances and fees.
  6. Once they all have a green status, the Submit button will be available. We recommend reviewing each of the NFT sends one more before clicking Submit. After this, there will be one last confirmation dialog before submitting your transfers with the default transaction delay set in Settings > Network. You can view and track each transaction's status from the Pendings Transactions tab.

Prices

The Prices view shows a list of values for some common Crypto, and Fiat currencies relative to your Global Currency Type that you can set in Settings > User Interface > Global Currency Type. In addition to the currencies found here, you can manually add Ethereum and Solana tokens using their Contract address in order to track their prices here.

  1. Click Create and select a wallet type.
  2. Paste the Contract Address for the token you are trying to add and click Save.
  3. If it is a valid address, it will add it to the table and update it every 60 seconds.
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Any wallet with the Tokens feature enabled will automatically add the rate to the Prices table.

RPCs

The RPCs view allows you to add different RPCs to Crypton and benchmark them to see information like their latest block, Protocol Version, and benchmark speeds. You can also override the default RPCs with one of your own. To add an RPC:

  1. Click Create, and the Add RPCs dialog will open. Here you can set the type of RPC (ETH or SOL), a category where your RPC will be saved, and the URLs of the RPCs that you want to add to Crypton.
  2. After you have entered all of the URLs, click on Save. Crypton will benchmark them to make sure they are valid before adding them to the table.

If you want Crypton to use your own RPC, you can override Crypton's RPC by right-clicking on your RPC and clicking Set as Default RPC. To reset the default RPC, go to Settings > Network > Delete the value there and click Save.

Settings

In the Settings view, you can configure features used across Crypton, such as enabling notifications, modifying the global currency, changing your RPC URLs, enabling the Password Lock, and more.

Password Lock

You can read about enabling the Password lock here.

Network

  • Etherscan.io API Key: This will allow you to set your own Etherscan API Key, which may reduce your likelihood of being rate limited when fetching NFTs or updating Ethereum wallet data.
  • Ethereum and Solana RPC URLs: These fields allow you to override the default RPC used in Crypton. We recommend creating your own RPC with services like Alchemy to reduce rate limits.
  • Transaction Delay in Seconds: This is the delay that will be used for all Crypto and NFT transactions before they are submitted to the network. This is to allow for off-chain canceling of transactions within Crypton.
  • Ethereum RPC Max Batch Size: This is the maximum batch size for Ethereum RPC requests. This value depends on the RPC you are using, as each RPC has its own maximum batch size. If you provide a value that is larger than what your RPC supports, all RPC requests will fail.

Notifications

  • AYCD/Discord Webhook: This is the Webhook URL that Crypton will use to notify you in Discord based on the Notification Events you have enabled. You will also need to Enable Notifications on each individual wallet in order to receive notifications.

User Interface

  • Global Currency Type: This currency will be used across the program to display the value of cryptocurrencies, tokens, and other fiat currencies relative to itself.
  • Open Approved external links without asking for confirmation: This allows you to instantly open links you click in the program without opening a confirmation dialog displaying the link to the website you are clicking.
  • Allow autoplay preview for GIF NFTs: This will allow gifs to autoplay as you scroll through the NFTs view. This may impact the performance and cause higher RAM usage.
  • Allow autoplay preview for MP4 NFTs: This will allow mp4s to autoplay as you scroll through the NFTs view. This may impact the performance and cause higher RAM usage.

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